Sources, scripts: Code
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The Code directory has the following subdirectories --
the links are to web pages with more-or-less detailed descriptions,
or to the directory index:
a directory with gzipped tar files of the contents of each of the following directories.
- ./Configuration --
configuration files, executables, and information
for setup of the Unix side of Mac OS X.
- ./Contests --
some years ago, when a question on code was posted on comp.lang.c or certain
other netgroups, a thread might have started, presenting different solutions
to the problem, in effect a contest.
This directory has several threads of this kind,
from the late 1980's.
- ./PostScript --
PostScript programs, "hand-written" in the PostScript language
(i,e., not machine generated) and
thus not difficult to tweak.
- ./R-Scripts --
R is a system for statistical computation and graphics.
As GNU S it is the free software successor to S, over which it arguably is a significant improvement. This directory has scripts for various biophysical computations.
- ./Scripts --
a collection of shell scripts that are, IMHO, particularly useful.
- ./src -- source code for upwards of 20 programs that range from useful, to of historic or tutorial interest, to somewhat silly. All compile under Mac OS X 10.3.